Abigail tells Rob to act his age not his shoe size. But what does this mean?
Why does Abigail keep saying she's 'going to town'? And what has it got to do with red food? Find out here.
Someone in the office is over the moon about getting a new job. Find out what that really means in this week's programme.
Rob gets Li to help him with some quiz answers. Does she know her onions? Find out more about this phrase here.
Why does Li think that there is a ghost in her house? Find out more here.
Find out what the expression 'not rocket science' means in this programme.
Kaz says his party 'went down a storm'. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Find out here.
Kaz is feeling very chuffed today. Find out what this phrase means in this programme.
Kaz decides to 'hit the ground running' in this week's programme. Find out what this phrase means by listening to this programme.
Finn has entered the blogosphere! Find out what this word means in The English We Speak.
Jen tells Helen that she has a few 'irons in the fire' for her fortnight off work. Learn a phrase to describe having lots of options. Find out more with this programme.
Li is worried when she learns that Neil has caught man flu. But how will she react when she finds out what the illness actually is...?
Li is worried when Jen says somebody is 'drop dead gorgeous'. What does this phrase mean?
Vera teaches Rob how and when to use the word 'celeb' in a modern society. Find out more in The English We Speak.
Rob and Vera have a misunderstanding about an email. Listen to this programme to find out why emoticons can be useful in written messages.
Rob tells Vera to 'keep her chin up'. But what does he mean? Find out with this week's programme.
Rob goes shopping but the clothes cost 'an arm and a leg'. What does this mean?
Rob and Chris mention the phrase 'hunky-dory' to Helen. Are they trying to say that they are muscular men? Find out what this phrase means with The English We Speak.
Helen gets confused when she hears that 'things are looking up'. Find out what this phrase means with The English We Speak.
Rosie's mind has gone blank in the studio! Does that mean she's lost her memory? Listen to this programme to find out.
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